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dis ri gor ding

  • v  refuse to acknowledge
  • v  bar from attention or consideration
  • v  give little or no attention to
  • r  in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks

  • Others say Duterte has achieved his results at a grim price, disregarding due process and anointing himself legislator, judge, juryand possibly executionerall at once.
  • And like Kennedy, Sarkozy has carefully crafted his image as the modernizing President who will shatter outdated traditions including perhaps the tradition of disregarding .
  • Cheney could be charged with negligence, defined as failing to understand the dangers involved and disregarding them, or recklessness, defined as understanding the dangers and .
News & Articles

  • Editorial: Trailer bill reform is long overdue
    Following a statewide outcry, it now appears the Assembly will redo Assembly Bill 76 so that local governments won't have the option of disregarding open records laws. That's a good step. Senate leaders want to enshrine the Public Records Act in the state constitution. That's also a good step. Yet these proposals don't deal with the larger problem of murky budget trailer bills loaded with ...
    June 20, 2013 - The Sacramento Bee
  • Schueller faces long list of charges
    A Sussex County Grand Jury indicted Schueller April 8 on 18 charges related to a crime spree, police chase and alleged threat toward a police officer before the incident ended with the officer's gunshot. Schueller was charged with aggravated menacing, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, disregarding a police officer signal, leaving the scene of property collision ...
    June 14, 2013 - Cape Gazette

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